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Dean L Kamen: Enhanced pressure measurement flow control system. Bromberg & Sunstein, December 11, 1990: US04976162 (223 worldwide citation)

A system for measuring flow of fluid through a line. A portion of the fluid in the line is isolated in a rigid container so that the fluid in the container is not affected by pressure in the rest of the line. An apparatus is provided for measuring that portion of the container that is not occupied b ...


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Virote Indravudh: Pressure reservoir filling process for an implantable medication infusion pump. Minimed Technologies, Stuart O Lowry, Leslie S Miller, March 30, 1993: US05197322 (210 worldwide citation)

An improved process and related apparatus are provided for filling a pressure reservoir of an implantable medication infusion pump with a selected pressure fluid, wherein the pressure reservoir is separated by a movable wall from an adjacent medication chamber. The improved filling process includes ...


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Philip J Bohrer, Robert G Johnson: Flow sensor. Honeywell, John P Sumner, October 23, 1984: US04478077 (206 worldwide citation)

A flow sensor comprising a pair of thin film heat sensors and a thin film heater is disclosed. The flow sensor further comprises a semiconductor body with a depression therein and structure connecting the heater and the sensors to the body and bridging the depression so that at least a major portion ...


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Philip J Bohrer: Flow sensor. Honeywell, John P Sumner, October 23, 1984: US04478076 (203 worldwide citation)

A flow sensor comprising a pair of thin film heat sensors and a thin film heater is disclosed. A base supports the sensors and heater out of contact with the base with the sensors disposed on opposite sides of the heater. The heater is operated at a constant temperature above ambient temperature und ...


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Yoshiko Miyamoto, Shin Ikeda, Toshihiko Yoshioka, Shiro Nankai: Biosensor. Matsushita Electric Industrial, McDermott Will & Emery, July 10, 2001: US06258254 (190 worldwide citation)

A method using a biosensor is disclosed which facilitates high accuracy quantitation of a substrate by best eliminating adverse effects of red blood cell existing in blood together with the substrate. The biosensor comprises an electrode system including a working electrode and a counter electrode f ...


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Reid M Rubsamen, Eric T Johansson: Method for releasing controlled amount of aerosol medication. Aradigm Corporation, Karl Fish & Richardson Bozicevic, March 4, 1997: US05608647 (188 worldwide citation)

A method for releasing a controlled amount of aerosol medication is disclosed. The method of the invention is preferably used in connection with a portable, battery-powered, hand-held system for releasing a controlled dose of aerosol medication for inhalation by a patient. The inhalation breath flow ...


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Katsuji Yamashita, Hiroshi Umetsu, Hirotaka Sato, Yoshio Matsuoka, Kei Kida: Automatic chemical analyzer. Hitachi, Antonelli Terry & Wands, May 29, 1984: US04451433 (187 worldwide citation)

An automatic chemical analyzer suitable for chemically analyzing a number of analysis items is disclosed. Samples in sample containers are sequentially dispensed to an array of reaction vessels using a first pipetting tube. Reagent solutions selected in accordance with the analysis items are fed to ...


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Robert G Johnson, Robert E Higashi: Semiconductor device. Honeywell, Charles G Mersereau, J P Sumner, March 24, 1987: US04651564 (178 worldwide citation)

A flow sensor comprising a pair of thin film heat sensors and a thin film heater is disclosed. A base supports the sensors and heater out of contact with the base with the sensors disposed on opposite sides of the heater. Also disclosed is a semiconductor device comprising a thin film member which c ...


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Dean L Kamen, Joseph B Seale, Joseph Briggs, Finn Arnold: Method and system for measuring volume and controlling flow. Deka Products Partnership, Bromberg & Sunstein, July 9, 1996: US05533389 (164 worldwide citation)

A system for controlling the flow of fluid through a line 3. The system may include first and second valves (A, B; and 6, 7) in the line 3 between is located a chamber (52, 82), part of which may be filled with fluid having a variable volume (52), and another part is filled with a measurement gas (V ...


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